Ashley Madison hack
It's another black eye for the beleaguered company.
The insane saga of a website that tried to take on Ashley Madison.
Despite strong encryption, one group claims to have cracked over 11 million of the leaked passwords already.
Nearly 90,000 women signed up last week, the company says.
"This change is in the best interest of the company," a statement forwarded to press reads.
As apps go, this one is pretty douchey.
The site where the data was originally dumped is being targeted.
"Password," "123456," and "fuckme" appear a lot.
It's called "In Bed with Ashley Madison," and it's actually pretty funny.
After an associate found a vulnerability in the site, the CEO said he wanted to steal the email addresses.
Typically, PR came first for the site's bosses.